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In these trying times, we want to help and support you and your career. We want to provide you with the opportunity to serve a community who needs you right now. Right at Home stands prepared to equip you with the right training and support so you can help our most vulnerable community members, making a real difference to them while growing and thriving as a person. At Right at Home, our mission is to improve the quality of life for those we serve. As a Right at Home caregiver, this becomes your mission, too.

About Right at Home

Right at Home is Australia’s leading quality in home care provider, caring for seniors, adults living with a disability and adults recovering, after being discharged from hospital. This means that Right at Home can offer careers for Certificate III Companion Care Level Caregivers through to Registered Nurses providing complex medical support.

There’s nothing more important than providing care for those in need. 

The Right at Home Mission

Right at Home has a mission to ‘improve the quality of life for those we serve’. We do this by choosing the Right People™, to deliver the Right Services™ with the Right Approach™. To continue this unwavering quality of care, we look for people who build our culture, who are sensitive and adaptable to clients’ different personalities, cultural backgrounds, and family/ home dynamics, who are flexible, approachable, accountable, and willing to work collaboratively and with integrity.

Benefits of Becoming a Right at Home Caregiver

The foundation of becoming a successful Right at Home care worker is a deep passion for people and a commitment to providing high-quality care. In return, Right at Home provides flexibility and work security. Right at Home values and supports your contribution and focus on your career development with mentoring by experienced nurses and care managers, ongoing training, and continuous support in the field with care manager supervision. Competitive pay, reward and recognition, and career development are added benefits.

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Right at Home Darling Downs provide a range of care services to assist people living independently at home while being advocates for person-centred care, leading by example through exceptional communication and customer service. With more than 80 plus team members currently, we are on the lookout for new team members to help continue to grow our name in the community.


Job Description

We have exciting new opportunities to join our team as Disability Support Worker, providing support in-home for clients/participants living with Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar and other health issues. We are seeking individuals that are enthusiastic, caring, compassionate, respectful and can complete personal care as well as domestic duties.

The role will initially be offered on a casual basis, however, based on performance the opportunity for Permanent Part-Time may become available.


  • Have Individual Support (Disability) Certificate III or higher.
  • Have experience working with people with disability who have high support needs particularly in mental health issues.
  • Previous skills and qualification in medication assist or administration (HLTHPS006 'Assist Clients with Medication')
  • Demonstrate an understanding of incident reporting, quality documentation, complaints handling, and complex behaviour strategic support.
  • Good roster availability.
  • Demonstrate a positive attitude.
  • Own vehicle with comprehensive insurance and willingness to use for work purposes.
  • Current CPR & First Aid Certificate.
  • Current Open Drivers Licence.
  • Current Blue Card and NDIS Worker Screening Check Card.
  • Full COVID 19 vaccine (Digital COVID Vaccine Certificate)


Task & Responsibilities

  • Work with male & female NDIS participants with a range of mental disabilities
  • Support and mentor participants to increase their personal independence.
  • Support participants to engage in community-based activities.
  • Model and encourage appropriate social behaviours, as necessary

Preferred Skills

  • Patient, flexible and understanding.
  • Supportive and caring nature.
  • Commitment to the rights of people with disabilities to live dignified lives.
  • Able to accept responsibility.
  • Able to cope with the physical demands of the job.
Job Type: Casual
Duration: 18 Months
Department: Care Team
Job Category: Care Staff - DSW
Sub Category:
Posted: 24-01-2022
Work Region / State: Toowoomba/Qld
Job Shift: Casual
Work Permit: Australia
Job Status
Job Status: Interviewing
Start Publishing: 15-03-2022
Stop Publishing: 15-04-2022
Toowoomba, Queensland
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